While it's good news for the fishery, scientists and industry worry about effects of climate changeCBC NewsPaul Withers
Lobster populations off all three Maritime provinces remain strong and the $1.7-billion fishery is sustainable, according to the latest assessments from Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO).
It's good news for coastal communities, but warming ocean temperatures caused by climate change is a potential cloud on the horizon.
Adam Cook is a DFO biologist who tracks lobster populations along the Scotian Shelf and Bay of Fundy — waters that support nearly 3,000 commercial licence holders in 12 lobster fis…
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